How to *really* get to the place of loving your body - Esther Blum

How to *really* get to the place of loving your body

Hi Gorgeous,

No amount of lifting weights or changing your diet will change how you feel about your body – only your mind can do that.

I’ve talked to everyone from supermodels to clients to friends to my own mother about how each of these women felt around their own bodies.

Everyone has insecurities.
Everyone has “fat” days.
Everyone struggles with the painful time someone told them they were fat or noticed they gained weight.

You are not alone in having insecurities about your own body. But it’s probably time to shift and let that go.

So how do you push through the pain and struggle?

You love the hell out of your body by eating nutrient-dense foods.
You understand that value and service to others has nothing to do with your size.
You also understand that the only way we’re going to shift body-shaming into body-slaying is to lead by example.
You buy clothes that fit you really well and cut the labels out if you don’t like the number.
You get over yourself because you know you can’t escape your mind or your body and you’re in this game for the long-haul.

If this message resonates with you, get with me. I’m looking for 3 badass women who are seriously ready or are already rocking in the self-love department but want to push the envelope with new goals for fitness, mindset and business ideas. It’s time to rock and roll.

Live Gorgeously,

A N N O U N C E M E N T S:

I’m going to be giving away 4 free mini-consultations at Shoreline Integrative Pharmacy this Wednesday May 31st from 10:15-11am. If you’d like to schedule your consult, reply to this email with your time preference. First come, first served!

Then at 11am I’ll be talking about How to Optimize Your Skin From Within: Why you need to have a healthy gut to have healthy skin. I’ll also be discussing foods that prevent wrinkles, act as a natural sunscreen, boost collagen, and clear up acne and rosacea. See you then – bring a friend!

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